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This week
21st July 2024 - 25th July 2024
Man in serious condition after stabbing in Long Mile Road area of Dublin
Fifth fire at Coolock site earmarked for asylum seekers
The military are spending €355m on a major building programme to decarbonise the Defence estate
Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Defence Forces members deliver 30 Irish vehicles to Ukraine after 3,600km journey across Europe
Ireland has also sent demining equipment and provided training to the Ukrainian Army.
Man recovering in hospital following 'serious' Dublin city centre assault
President signs controversial Defence legislation into law following Council of State meeting
The statement went onto say that his decision to make the legislation law does not close off an avenue to challenge the Defence Amendment Act in court.
Well-known GAA star arrested for dangerous driving and set to appear before court
Micheál Martin: 'No issue' with President convening Council of State over Defence bill
Minister for health announces expanded flu vaccination programme to ease 'burden' on hospitals
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Senator Róisín Garvey elected deputy leader of the Green Party
A man has died in a two car collision in County Louth
This month
July 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Sinn Fein 'lost the trust' of its supporters in referendums and elections, McDonald believes
Gardaí arrest three men in probe into €90,000 ATM fraud at locations across Meath and Dublin
Man in serious condition after house petrol-bombed in Dublin attack
'Accidental death' verdict in inquest into deaths of four young people on way to Leaving Cert event
Airspace off Clare to be closed to test high-tech military spec drones
A-techsyn is a firm that manufacturers the unmanned aircraft at their factory in Shannon Co Clare and are testing drones for the Naval Service and ecological studies.
Court of Appeal hears claims garda not 'given adequate reasons' for his suspension from duty
State loses High Court action to block Senator's case over 'secret RAF air policing deal'
Cathal Crotty, convicted of attack on Natasha O’Brien, to be discharged from Defence Forces
Crotty, from Clare but serving at Private rank in Sarsfield’s Barracks Limerick, was convicted of an unprovoked attack on Limerick woman Natasha O’Brien.
Concerns raised over 'dangerous' lack of training for operational firefighting officers
The dispute centres around the courses for the firefighters tasked with leading teams at incidents.
Ireland preparing plans to evacuate Irish troops from South Lebanon 'should the need arise'
The Tánaiste said the threat of an Israeli invasion and activity by Hezbollah has initiated contingency planning.
Cabinet expected to approve move to revamp senior Defence command and control structures
Gardaí plan 'no further action' in 26 abuse investigations arising from Women of Honour review
Gardaí are investigating a further tranche of fewer than 10 cases, some of them historical.
Last month
June 2024
Castleisland community 'numb' and 'in shock' as man who died in overnight assault named locally
Defence Forces members facing sex assault charges to be placed on 'local leave' - Tánaiste
'I put the dog in a sleeper hold': Limerick man on protecting children from crazed pitbull
Luis Eduardo told The Journal that he feared for the life of children in the area at the attack took place shortly after 6pm.
Tánaiste: 68 Defence Forces members convicted or currently charged with criminal offences
Man recovering in hospital after late night Dublin city centre assault
Armed gardaí to be deployed to protect Taoiseach's home in County Wicklow
Some people being trafficked into Ireland have had limbs disfigured by gangs, Harris says
Commissioner Drew Harris and his PSNI counterpart Chief Constable Jon Boutcher were speaking at a conference in Cork into human trafficking.
NATO formally appoints Dutch Prime Minister as its new chief
Gardaí investigate as 'unrestrained' dog attacks dog being walked in Limerick city
Explainer: How gardaí and the Defence Forces interact when a soldier is charged with a crime
List of how many Defence Force members have criminal convictions sought by Govt
Garda probe launched after Higher Education Minister witnesses dangerous driving in Limerick
Defence Forces begin investigation into why sailor was not dismissed after assault conviction
Petty Officer David O’Gorman of Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny has been convicted of assault charges relating to an incident where he attacked his former girlfriend.
Dublin gardaí shake it off as Taylor Swift gigs declared an 'extraordinary event'
Soldier who attacked woman has been formally told he likely faces dismissal from the military
Cathal Crotty, an army Private, was brought before a senior officer today and told that the military were making preparations to deal with him.